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Mar 3, 2013 10:00am PST
. >>> and kim lawton reports on the ongoing standoff between the vatican and american nuns. >>> welcome, i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. at the vatican, the college of cardinals is making preparations for the selection of the next pope now that benedict xvi has officially stepped down, the first pope to do so in over 600 years. on thursday, his final day, benedict met with the cardinals already gathered in rome and promised "unconditional reverence and obedience" to his successor. he then took a helicopter to the papal villa, castel gandolfo, where he will stay until moving to a vatican monastery for what he's said will be a life of prayer outside of public view. during his last papal audience on wednesday, benedict spoke of the joy of leading the church, as well as the many difficulties he faced a pope. >> i will continue to accompany the church with my prayers and i ask each of you to pray for me and for the new pope. with the papal seat empty, the cardinals will soon decide when to begin the conclave to elect their next leader. earlier this week, cardinal keith o'brien o
CBS
Mar 9, 2013 5:30pm PST
being canceled. >>> no clear front-runner to serve as the next pope. how the vatican is getting ready for the conclave that begins tuesday. >> looking and feeling like a princess for prom night, how local girls are getting a chance do that without their parents breaking the bank. >> from the kpix 5 weather department, good evening, everybody. boy, what a sun splashed da we had today. the day that will be the warmest. the complete pinpoint forecast as the news continues on kpix 5. so if you have a flat tire dead battery need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. it's tradition to destroy the ring of the former pope and make a new one for his successor. the "fisherman's ring" is used >>> pope benedict's ring his some
NBC
Mar 8, 2013 10:00pm PST
york times poll, say the abuse scandal a in the church now makes the vatican less relevant to their lives. this is a bad time in the catholic church which is tonight without a sitting pope after the abdication of benedict. the cardinals gather on tuesday to select the new man. first they want to know what's in a secret 300-page report of mostly leaked documents. well, tonight richard engel reports on the swirl of intrigue and turmoil at the vatican that a lot of people may not be aware of. for the first time, we meet the man who helped expose it. >> reporter: the 109-acre vatican city is off limits to most italians. it is sovereign church territory, ringed by stone walls. some say it may be holding a huge secret as speculation continues about why the pope stepped down. the 85-year-old pope said he was too tired and too old to go on. but several vatican experts and investigative journalists say that's only part of the reason. their theory is the pope didn't have the strength to deal with power struggles and financial and sexual scandals inside the vatican, and that his resignation wa
NBC
Mar 10, 2013 6:00am PDT
the vatican. >> you mentioned daylight saving time, erica. they don't start that here for another two weeks. it was a six-hour time difference when i came here. now it's a five-hour difference. we're in st. peter's square. any given day you might see cardinals walking back and forth. you wouldn't know their names. they are among the 115 who will gather here tomorrow to select the new pope and think about it, once they make that vote as early as tuesday afternoon the balcony could open and the new pope could emerges. someone you have never heard of before chances are, but will become the most famous person in the world. the cardinals met and talked a lot about the state of the church, its finances, its scandals. but likely not much about each other. >> but i imagine it's very difficult. but at the same time a lot of cardinals do know each other from other things they have worked on together. there are groups who know each other well. those groups can connect with other groups. >> but there's no vetting per se. what is your feeling about this? what is your feeling about that? >> i'm
KCSMMHZ
Mar 5, 2013 2:00am PST
in the vatican soon. roughly one-quarter of europeans are catholic. they will follow the election not just out of interest and big ceremonies. it also gives believers hope that the catholic church could open up a little. many catholics feel the vatican has lost touch with the reality of their daily lives. if it is a question of gay marriage, fast-tracked divorce, or liberal abortion rights, the answer in rome has been no. at the same time, parliament's across europe, for example in spain, are voting in favor of such laws -- parliaments across europe. >> among the many faithful attending this catholic procession is jose antonio fernandez. he was a priest, but he sacrificed the status in order to marry. the church allowed him to continue working as a schoolteacher but later refused to renew his contract after a photo of him and his family appeared in the media. >> they exploited the situation to justify my dismissal. they said parents would be offended if they found out i was a married priest. that was a lie. the parents all knew me, after all. >> he always talked openly about phis
LINKTV
Mar 8, 2013 4:30am PST
in the vatican soon. roughly one-quarter of europeans are catholic. they will follow the election not just out of interest and big ceremonies. it also gives believers hope that the catholic church could open up a little. many catholics feel the vatican has lost touch with the reality of their daily lives. if it is a question of gay marriage, fast-tracked divorce, or liberal abortion rights, the answer in rome has been no. at the same time, parliament's across europe, for example in spain, are voting in favor of such laws -- parliaments across europe. >> among the many faithful attending this catholic procession is jose antonio fernandez. he was a priest, but he sacrificed the status in order to marry. the church allowed him to continue working as a schoolteacher but later refused to renew his contract after a photo of him and his family appeared in the media. >> they exploited the situation to justify my dismissal. they said parents would be offended if they found out i was a married priest. that was a lie. the parents all knew me, after all. >> he always talked openly about phis
CBS
Mar 3, 2013 5:30pm PST
engagements for this week has been canceled or postponed. >>> cardinals are arriving at the vatican. as speculation grows about who will replace the pope. betting on the successor is large. we have the latest from vatican city. >> reporter: vatican city was quiet for a sunday. no pope's prayer after benedict's resignation on thursday. at a church a few miles from vatican city, mass went on as usual. cardinals from around the world gathered the archbishop from scotland who resigned this week, admitted wrongdoing 30 years ago. he said quote my sexual conduct has fallen below the standards expected of me as a priest. most of the voting cardinals are already here in rome. on monday they meet to talk about the challenges facing the church. once they all arrived they can set a start date for the election process known as the conclave. >> reporter: speculation is intense about who is chosen. the cardinal from guana. a conservative who speaks seven languages born to a carpenter and a fruit vendor. he says his election would be unprecedented. >> it will be interesting to have a black pope come.
CBS
Mar 5, 2013 4:00am PST
be quite heavy. i'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> this morning at the vatican, cardinals resume their pre-conclave meetings. most of the cardinals who will vote are in rome, but no date will be set until they are all present. meanwhile, discussions are focusing as much on the state of the church as they are focusing on a new leader. danielle nottingham is in vatican city. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. the catholic church is under a lot of scrutiny right now. and the cardinals are really putting a lot of thought into understanding the controversy surrounding the church and also into getting to know each other. the college of cardinals arrived at the vatican this morning for the second day of congressional -- congressional meetings. >> good morning. >> reporter: eight of the cardinals expected to take part in the election of a new pope have not yet made it to rome, but they are expected today. when they get here, the group can set a date to begin the voting process known as the conclave. >> we'd like to be done before holy week starts and have a pope. we'd g
CBS
Mar 5, 2013 4:30am PST
business. that's coming up. >>> i'm danielle nottingham in vatican city. the cardinals meet about the future of the catholic church ahead of the conclave, coming up. >> surf's up. how some adrenaline junkies are taking advantage of the winter weather in minnesota. >>> much of the eastern half the united states is bracing for another dose of winter weather today. they are getting whacked again. snow is expected from minnesota and illinois all the way to d.c. and maryland and here's a look at the early impact on st. paul, minnesota where rough weather means big business for cab drivers. >> you need a cab to the airport you're less likely to ask a family member to drive you. maybe they missed their bus connection, car is stuck, can't get out of the driveway. maybe they hate drying in snow. for whatever reason, cabbies gets very, very busy when it snows. >> yesterday, the dakotas felt the brunt of the harsh weather. blowing snow made it impossible for drivers to see very far. it kept snowplows and tow truck drivers busy but no major problems to report. >>> this may seem crazy but peop
CBS
Mar 7, 2013 4:00am PST
capability to launch a nuclear strike against the u.s. jo and mum's the word at the vatican. the cardinals have imposed a media blackout on its members as they proceed to choose a new pope. the reasons is some of the secrets were released. danielle nottingham is in vatican city. good morning, danielle. >> good morning, anne-marie. we begin another day in vatican city unsure when the conclave will start or when we'll hear from the american cardinals again. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. we begin here in the vatican city unsure when the conclave will start or when we'll hear from the american calendar gnats again. the cardinals arrive at the vat cab without a word to the press this morning. this is the fourth day of talks about what kind of man they're looking for to lead the catholic church. >> what's beginning to emerge is the profile of the next pope. >> reporter: there's still no date on when to begin the voting process known as the conclave and many cardinals say they're in no rush to end the discussions. >> when we do reach the point of selecting a pope, we will have a much ful
NBC
Mar 9, 2013 5:00pm PST
elect him appeared at the vatican this morning. a big job ahead of them. the faithful wondering if they already narrowed down their choices. >> the fact the cardinals have decided to go into the conclave early means, i think, they're getting kind of a consensus about who they might want. >> >> reporter: but a consensus may not be easy. >> they want jesus christ with an mba. a business management degree. you know, good luck trying to find someone who is holy, intelligent, and communicator and has management experience. >> reporter: many u.s. catholics in rome are hoping for an american pope. >> we are optimistic that cardinal bowlen will be our next pope. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: during the conclave the cardinals will live in basic accommodations inside the vatican. in recent history, conclaves have lasted no longer than five days, but in 1203 a decision took three years. while some think this could be a quick conclave, others believe the scandals of the past few years may cause the cardinals to take their time. >> it's crucial to have all the information so people vote
CBS
Mar 9, 2013 11:00pm PST
front-runner to serve as the next pope. how the vatican is getting ready for the conclave that begins on tuesday. >>> plus, looking and feeling like a princess on prom night, how local girls are able to do just that without their parents breaking the bank. >>> today was warmer than yesterday, but not as warm as it will be tomorrow. your pinpoint forecast as the news continues right here on kpix 5. been waiting for the price of mattresses to fall? then don't miss sleep train's beautyrest and posturepedic closeout sale. save up to 40% on closeout sets from beautyrest and posturepedic. save hundreds on floor samples and closeout inventory. these prices are falling fast, but these deals won't last. the beautyrest and posturepedic closeout sale is on now at sleep train. superior service best selection lowest price guaranteed. ♪ sleep train ♪ ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ am i allergic to any medications? i don't know. last immunization shots? really? honey, what's my blood pressure medicine called? one time i took something and i blew up like a puffer fish. i'm probably
ABC
Mar 2, 2013 5:30pm PST
, there's one ringmaker pleading with the vatican, hoping the ring he made for the now-former pope won't be destroyed. abc's david wright from the vatican. >> reporter: the most famous chapel in all of christendom was still a tourist attraction today. workers haven't installed the little stove in the sistine chapel the source of the smoke signals that will communicate the election results. but there are other signs of change. at the apostolic palace, they sealed the pope's apartment as tradition requires. and for good measure, they taped shut the elevator, too. from the vatican post office, new stamps. valid only during the vacancy, the pope's face replaced by an angel. at the pope's tailor, the shop's window displays a white cap on a red pillow. tip of the hat to his holiness. for one roman goldsmith this whole transition is bittersweet. he hopes to make the next pope's fisherman's ring. he designed and made pope benedict's ring with his own hands. the seal inspired by michelangelo. the edges and the inside by st. peter's square itself. this is your sistine chapel this ring? benedict can n
CBS
Mar 8, 2013 4:00am PST
campaigning. >>> now at the vatican a decision on whether to begin the conclave to elect a new pope is expected soon. the last voting cardinal arrived in rome yesterday, and the cardinals were briefed on vatican finances. randall pinkston is in vatican city. randall, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ann marie. it's another day of talks for the cardinals underway as we speak with the arrival of the 115th cardinal. they are a day closer to deciding the date of the conclave, but we will not know for sure whether they have made a decision until the day's meeting is over. >> reporter: cardinals from around the world are meeting for a fifth day of discussions that could produce a decision on when the papal election will begin. a vietnamese cardinal was the last elector to arrive in rome. 115 voting cardinals are now in place. >> they are men of faith. they know the needs of the church. >> reporter: father anthony of new jersey is hoping for an american pope and says it's a real possibility. >> names have come out such as cardinal dolan. a flamboyant, great bishop many new york. the h
CW
Mar 10, 2013 8:30am PDT
mass before beginning the conclave to elect a new pope. i'm randall pinkston in vatican city with the story coming up. >> and the gun control debate continues. a big response to the gun buyback in the east bay and a new bill that may let one community decide whether it wants to have gun shows. >> it's 8:30, sunday march 10th. thank you for joining us. i'm ann. it's 830 tomb, not 930time. >> if you wake up in a shock, we have the spring forward, i have done it before. make the call -- an apology. i'm film matire. welcome back. -- i'm phil matiere. >> final preparations are made for the conclave. there is no clear front runner. let's go to randall pinkston joining us from vatican city with more. good morning, randall. >> reporter: good morning. there is a lot of excitement and anticipation as cardinals prepare to go into the conclave on tuesday. the past six days, they're having what is known as general congregation, meeting, discussing church affairs, finance and management and the qualities they want in a new pope. today, the cardinals paused to worship. boston cardinal sean o'malley
CNN
Mar 4, 2013 9:00am PST
pope do it at the vatican. i'm glad you brought that up. there are people mentioning that out loud that perhaps it's time for her to move on. >> reporter: i think the pope in particular is an example she might look to simply because it's not a normal done thing for a pope to retire. has been done for hundreds of years and not been done in the u.k. ever. but if she did want to hand over the same way as the dutch queen did, to a younger prince, having said that, prince charles is in his mid 60s. then she should do that in the modern age. want to modernize things, but she was brought out and very much a product of the war and she's got this stiff upper lip she wants to carry on and she is very, very committed to what she does. i don't think she'll give up all together, but maybe she'll step back a bit. >> her health has been remarkable up until now and she looked remarkable leaving the hospital. nice to see you there today. >>> here's more of what we're working on around the word. a south korean missionary ends up dead in china. his family believes he was poisoned and blame north korea. >>
NBC
Mar 9, 2013 5:30am PST
, carl, nowhere in sight. carl? >> mike, thank you very much. here's erica. >>> we turn to the vatican. cardinals are days away from electing a new pope. we have more from vatican city. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. in front of this terrific view of the vatican, you see the basilica to my right. to my left, the sistine chapel. on top of the sistine chapel this morning, they have been erecting a small chimney where -- ready for the start of the conclave on tuesday. that will be where the smoke appears as each set of ballots are burned. once in the morning, once in the afternoon. when there is white smoke, the bells of the basilica ring, and a pope has been selected. now 115 cardinals who will elect the next pope have been arriving this morning for more discussions ahead of tuesday's conclave. vatican-watchers say there's no clear favorite set to emerge as pope at the moment. no front-runner. at the same time, one italian newspaper this morning claims there are three strong candidates including boston's cardinal sean o'malley. being talked about from italy and from brazil. eri
CBS
Mar 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
. randall pinkston is at the vatican with the latest. >> reporter: the 115 voting cardinals will gather on tuesday to begin their conclave to elect a new pope. the cardinals will meet again saturday and take sunday off to celebrate mass at churches across rome. over 5 days of meetings about 100 cardinals have spoken. some have addressed the gong days several times. interever religious dialogue and justice in the world were some of the topics discussed friday. the names of front-runners are emerging but could change. >> at least a lot of chatter about who is the favorite of the moment. but sometimes the favorite of friday is no longer the favorite on monday. >> reporter: when the conclave finally begins, the cardinals will gather here at st. peter's basilica for mass. then they head into sistine chapel, where the secret voting takes place in silent prayer. the cardinal who receives at least 77 votes will be the next pope. this building is where the cardinals will stay during the conclave. it has its own chapel. security teams have swept all the rooms for hidden microphones. the televisions
NBC
Mar 9, 2013 5:30pm PST
nbc news vatican analyst george weigel. good to have you with us. >> nice to be here. >> we saw the meetings all week long. the congregations. what's happening now? are these men who meet for coffee, have dinner, talk about things? is there lobbying going on right now? >> there are coalitions forming. there are issues being discussed. there are men being measured against issues. actually a lot of praying going on right now. these cardinals take seriously what it means to step before a fresco of the last judgment -- >> and we know they're going to be in the sistine chapel closed off from the modern world but they are of the modern world. they must read the papers, they mustatch 24 hour cable news. they know how they're viewed. they know people talking about maybe it should be an african pope or latin american pope. does any of that influence them? >> i think these cardinals know that both the church and the world now have different expectations of the pope than were in place 50 years ago. world and the church expect a charismatic leader. somebody who can be the face of the catholic c
CBS
Mar 6, 2013 4:00am PST
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Comedy Central
Mar 8, 2013 1:00am PST
senior vatican correspondent aasif mandvi. thank you for joining us. you are at the vatican right now. it's an exciting time to be at the vatican. what is the mood like there in rome? are people excited? >> jon, the campaign is heating up. you can't swing one of those smoking things on a chain. >> jon: it's a sensor. >> i'm sure they have smoke detectors. >> jon: no, no. >> you can't swing one without hitting one of candidates. the airwaves are flooding. >> leonardo said he is infallible but last week he picked bradley cooper in the oscar pool. bradley cooper, leonardo wrong about bradley cooper wrong for the vatican. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] >> jon: i have to say, seems weird in a campaign for pope that the campaign would go negative. however superficial. >> sorry, you want substance, bagel with your schmerar? >> mark claims he supports the first council, can he previous he is free of hearsey? beware of him? he's a threat to the monophocite. >> jon: i'm not sure i understand that one. >> the question is to the doctrine. the affirmation of divineity and humanity of jesus chr
CNN
Mar 10, 2013 4:00am PDT
, disappointed and considering their options. >>> it is a day of rest at the vatican before one of the biggest weeks for the roman catholic faithful. starting on tuesday, 115 cardinal electors will begin the process of voting for a new pope, but there is also controversy as a cardinal in the conclave is accused of covering up child abuse by a priest. cnn's senior international correspondent dan rivers joins us now from rome. he is just down the street from the vatican. dan, the cardinals begin voting on tuesday. what is the likelihood that they'll pick a new pope right away, that it may take a day or two, or will it take longer, do you think? >> reporter: the honest answer is, no one knows. back in '92 it took five days. subsequent conclaves where they've voted for a pope are shorter. some three days. no one knows. i think it's highly unlikely given that there's no obvious front-runner that the new pope will be chosen on tuesday. i'm guessing it will be wednesday, thursday, friday. no one knows for sure. today is the last day when the cardinals who are potentially going to be the vote or vote
NBC
Mar 5, 2013 11:00am PST
tonight. >> looking forward to it. >>> well, the sistine chapel now closed. the vatican locking down and getting ready for the conclave. we'll have that story coming up. >>> plus the caped crusader unmasked. we'll show you who the man is behind that mask and why he's doing what he's doing. >>> plus we'll take a look at the stock market, also a great show today with brand new records. that's ahead in business news. >>> and then a shocking discovery in florida, where a new sinkhole has formed, causing a number of forms to evacuate. >>> right now we have developing news to tell you about. we've just learned tesla is cutting jobs. >> business and tech reporter scott mcgrew is following this story. scott, is this really a surprise? >> well, it is a surprise as to when it came and how it came, but this is something tesla has hinted at in its yearly report that it issued just at the end of the year. it said it expected to get some efficiencies on the assembly line. so it says it is cutting some jobs on the assembly line as we ramp up the model s. apparently they're learning how to make the
NBC
Mar 2, 2013 5:30pm PST
time soon. >>> on monday at the vatican roman catholic cardinals will take the first step toward electing a new pope. they will meet for three hours in the morning and again in the early evening. their main goal is to set a date for the conclave in which they'll vote for the man who will succeed pope benedict xvi. we'll go to the vatican tonight for more. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. the cardinals gather at the vatican this weekend and they're taking every opportunity to meet and talk. much focus is on the news that three cardinals who wrote a secret report to the scandal dubbed vati-leaks are in rome. they are expected to answer questions about the scandal and the general feeling is their answers could influence the direction of the papal selection. today there are reports that the scandal involved wiretaps on senior vatican officials which is one of the many challenges facing the cardinals left by the former pope benedict. the u.n. secretary general came to benedict's defense praising him for his commitment to human rights. banki moon urged them to continue
NBC
Mar 6, 2013 11:00am PST
the pain. >>> a prayer service held at the vatican as cardinals continue their preconclave meetings. they say they won't speak to the media until they pick a brand new pope. >> reporter: today the american cardinals canceled their daily briefing and announced they will not be doing any more interviews. this decision comes following this morning's meeting of all the world's cardinals where the issue of media contact was to stop. the spokesperson for the u.s. cardinals says the decision not to talk to the press is a precaution against leaks. the vatican spokesperson points out that as the cardinals move towards the conclave, the time to elect the next pope, there is a tradition of silence. what we can tell you is at this morning's meeting, aside from the issue of the media, 18 cardinals spoke and they talked about everything from how the vatican is run to the characteristics needed in the next pope. >> we should look at this as a time of discernment and of preparation, which helps the voting process in the chapel. >> reporter: meanwhile, at the sistine chapel, they're preparing for th
Current
Mar 7, 2013 3:00pm PST
, thank you for being on "the war room." up next we'll take you to the vatican. but we assure you - it is. bites. little greatness. save them. woolite everyday cleans your jeans and won't torture your tanks. woolite washed clothes look like new, longer. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> michael: in just a few days the biggest election of the year will occur. that's the papal election. it's an incredible process filled with intrigue and politics and posturing. and in many ways it isn't all that different from our political process here at home. for the inside scope of the campaign process of the vatican i spoke with veteran reporter who has been covering the vatican for 30 years. he is the author of "the vatican diaries: a behind-the-scenes look of the power in the catholic church." cardinals caught buying or selling votes are faced with excommunication but there is still sort of a campaign going on. this is an election, after all. tell us what papal campaigns are like. >> well, they're very subtle. no one overtly campaigns because there would be an immediate backlash. i guess there is no rule ag
CBS
Mar 10, 2013 7:30am PDT
from the vatican, one of dozens of cardinals is celebrating mass throughout rome. catholics filled the pews, knowing they may be watching watching the next pope. the cardinals search for a new leader on tuesday. final preparations are under way at the sistine chapel. jamming systems are in effect. the process is far from high tech. workers set up the chimney and stove that will burn white smoke alouting the world that there is a new pope. >> no conclave has lasted more than five days, but this time there's no clear front runner, and that has many catholics speculating about how long this process will take. >> i think it's going to take a while, about two or three days. >> about six days. >> it's going to take a while to get timothy dolan to get elected. >> an american is not what those in rome have in mind. >> we're voting for an italian. 115 cardinals will vote. the one who receives two-thirds will be the next pope. >> reporter: one vatican writer says there's been so much uncertainly facing a conclave and never before have therein so many possible candidates. reporting live in va
CNN
Mar 3, 2013 3:00am PST
without a pope. now the cardinals are descending on the vatican to elect the next holy father. we'll take you live to rome. >>> accused murderer jodi arias expected back on the stand monday as her attorneys take back questions. >>> it's sunday, march 3rd, good morning, everyone. i'm brianna keilar in for randi kaye this morning. >>> it's been a busy morning for crews at the international space station. about 30 minutes ago they grabbed the dragon cargo vehicle and the next step is to lock it down to the station around 9:40 eastern time. there was some glitches when dragon launched friday and that delayed its arrival by about a day but spacex says everything is working now. the unmanned capsule is carrying more than 1,200 supplies for the station crew and their experiments. >>> at the vatican, there will be no customary angelous prayer on this sunday and the windows of the papal apartment will remain firmly closed. the election to pick pope been dict xvi successor has yet to be begin. ben wedemen joining us from outside the vatican. ben, will all the cardinals to select the new pope a
CNN
Mar 10, 2013 5:00am PDT
, they will all be in one place. the vatican. cnn's jonathan mann walks us through the top secret process to pick the new pope. >> it's the oldest enduring electoral system in the world. many of its traditions have been unchanged for centuries. the conclave, which literally means locked with a key, dates back to a time when cardinals were locked in until they chose a new pope. now, it's the world that's locked out figuratively speaking, as much of the conclave will take place behind closed doors. the gathering begins with a morning mass in st. peter's basilica. in the afternoon, the 115 voting cardinals, those under 80 years old, en certificate the sistine chapel where they will each take on oath of secrecy. the penalty, automatic ex-communication. after the oath, preparations are made for the election taken by secret ballot. lots are drawn for three cardinals to collect ballots, three more to count the votes and three others to review the results. printed on the ballots, the words that mean i-elect as supreme pontiff. each elector writes the name of a candidate on the lower half
CNN
Mar 6, 2013 9:00am PST
on valentine's day. >>> and at the vatican, cardinals are doubling their schedule. tomorrow, they'll hold two pre conclave meetings and all but two cardinals have arrived for the election. workers are preparing the sistine chapel, but so far, the cardinals haven't set a date for the vote. >>> back here in the u.s., there is a huge snowstorm bearing down on parts of the atlantic and northeast right now. hundreds of thousands of people are already without power. flights have been grounded. schools are closed. this storm hit the midwest. take a look here at this scene from minneapolis airport where storms rarely trigger flight cancellations. generally have a pretty good handle on things there, but this storm certainly did and in chicago, it just smashed records. the city got more than 9 inches of snow. actually the biggest one-day snowfall there in 14 years. that's nothing compared to what it's brainging to parts of the northeast. alexandria steel is tracking the storm from the cnn weather center. our joe johns is right in the thick of it in winchester, virginia, so let's start with him
CNN
Mar 10, 2013 1:00pm PDT
vatican sistine chapel that's where the cardinals will be casting their first vote for a new pope. cnn's ben wedeman is in rome. >> reporter: frederica, today, we saw the cardinals fanning out around rome, going to their so-called titular churches, the churches they are affiliated with. many of those churches cramped not just with worshippers but also with the media, very eager to get any sort of nuggets about the upcoming conclave. we did for instance, hear timothy dolan, the cardinal from new york, saying he is hope something a quick conclave and that he can go home soon because, as he told one of our producers, he is running out of clean socks. now, really, the real action here begins tuesday morning when the cardinals will be moving into the special residence where they will be staying during the conclave. in the morning on tuesday they will also be holding special prayers for the leeks of a new pope and in the afternoon, they will file into the sistine chapel for the first and only round of voting. that day vatican watchers do not expect them to come up with the white smoke on tuesd
Comedy Central
Mar 4, 2013 7:25pm PST
month he has to many of out of apostolic palace. today the vatican revealed his retirement home is just behind st. peter's. >> jon: that's comfortable. you know he's unexpectedly stopping by checking on the new pope. oh, really is that where you are holding communion now snl i used do it over there because that's what god wanted. but all right. it's over there. any other perks that the pope might be losing? >> the red prada shoes that he is so very fond of, well, they go. >> jon: that has to hurt. no greater insult to a man in italy than take away his designer shoes. but you have to take them because he could make himself pope again by clicking his heels together three times and repeating "there's no place like rome." wait for it. now the college of cardinals has to elect a new pope. what are some of the issues they consider? >> voting cardinals are known to have covered up for pedophile priests. >> jon: okay. that's an issue. [ laughter ] >> then there's the italian papers full of reports of a dossier prepared for the pope's eyes only sproazedly -- supposedly detailing a sex and b
NBC
Mar 3, 2013 5:30pm PST
the vatican, a stunning admission tonight from the man who was the leading catholic church official in great britain until he resigned last week. it comes on the eve of the first big meeting of cardinals in rome to elect the next pope. nbc's keir simmons is at the vatican with the latest. keir, good evening to you. >> reporter: good evening, lester. the timing is extraordinary as the cardinals and the catholic church gather at the vatican behind me to choose a new pope, a former cardinal from britain issues a statement, effectively admitting sexual impropriety. former cardinal keith o'brien was set to be one of those helping to choose the next pope, but a week ago, he resigned as archbishop of scotland after several priests, and a former priest, accused him of inappropriate behavior. tonight, o'brien released a statement saying, in part, his sexual conduct has fallen below the standards expected, and "to those i have offended, i apologize and ask forgiveness." >> it will have, in my judgment, no effect on the conclave. it should, however, have an effect on the next pontificate, which n
KCSMMHZ
Mar 4, 2013 2:30pm PST
atlanta, thank you for talking to us today. >> the catholic cardinals have arrived at the vatican to start the process selecting a new pope. >> there is setting a date for the conclave to elect a successor for benedict. >> there is no clear favorite, but they all agree he will face daunting challenges. >> leaders of the catholic church's sought after like movie stars. cardinals from all over the world gathering to prepare their conclave. every arrival sparking a rumor, every sentence holding potential meeting. that is why the cardinals who are charged with picking a successor are very reserved in their statements. >> we have one week of meetings ahead of us to get to know one another better. i really cannot say more. >> anything is possible. >> it is almost a new personality and that is the surprise. >> this is what st. peter's square looked like yesterday, the window from which the pope uses traditional blessing on sunday was shot, a sign of a church without a leader. >> we would most like a mixture of john paul ii and benedict xvi. >> he should be someone who has appealed to come s
CW
Mar 9, 2013 10:00pm PST
to a vatican spokesman. pope benedict's ring was not actually smashed but deep cuts was made on the surface so it cannot longer be used as a seal. >>> some hints are beginning to emerge as to who the next pope might be. there's even talk that the next pope could be an american. >> reporter: the news alert sis tom for the conclave was installed on the sistine chapel today. two stoves linked to a single pipe will declay the decisions of cardinals. black smoke symbolizes an inconclusive round of voting, white says a pope has been elected. americans are on the list of papal contenders. >> you think it's realistic that people say there could be an american pope? >> this time, i think that, i think it is realistic, the possibility of an american pope. >> reporter: the pope from a super power has gem been dismissed as more than the rest of the world could deal with according to author father thomas reese. >> people conclude that the cia must have fixed the election or wall street bought off the cardinals. that's not the kind of image that we want. >> reporter: the americans bolstered their
NBC
Mar 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
abdicated, took that dramatic helicopter flight out of the vatican to his temporary new home. today we learned the cardinals will lock themselves in the sistine chapel to pick his replacement and when. nbc's anne thompson with us once again tonight from the vatican with that news and what happens next. anne, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the race to 77 begins tuesday afternoon. 77, because that's the number of votes a candidate needs to become the next pope. that's a two-thirds plus one majority of all the cardinal electors. now, before the cardinals begin filling out their ballots, they will celebrate mass here at st. peter's basilica tuesday, and then they will process into the sistine chapel where they will sit in two rows on each side of the chapel and fill out their ballots. if no one gets to that 77 vote mark on the first ballot, then every day that follows, the cardinals will vote twice in the morning and twice in the afternoon. they will vote for three days, and then they will get a day off, a day of prayer, and then they will resume voting. all of this is
ABC
Mar 10, 2013 9:00am PDT
. >>> coming up, closing in only the conclave. secret discussions underway at the vatican as cardinals get ready to chews a new hope. listen, the politics behind closed doors. and a dealedly sailboat accident in southern california. why the coast guard initially did not respond after the boat's rudder >> this morning inside the vatican there are secret discussions going on and a lot of lot of praying, too, as cardinals from all over the world get ready to lock themselves inside the sistine chapel where the ancient ritual known as the conclave. by this time next week we could know the name of the new pope. could it be an american? abc's david wright has the latest from rome. >> rome has more churches than any other city. enough so that every cardinal has a roman church assigned too him where eels technically the pastor. today the princes of the church fanned out, becoming parish priests again ail head of the conclave. on tuesday they will shut the doors of the sistine chapel for the column process of choosing the next bishop of rome. >> i think it depends on which cardinal you talk to. i th
ABC
Mar 5, 2013 11:00am PST
south korean joint military drills. >>the vatican is waiting for five more cardinals to reach rome before setting the date for the conclave to elect a new pope. the vatican spokesman says a handful of cardinals arrived last night bringing the number of voting age cardinals to 110 out of the 115 expected to take part. also, today, the vatican closed the chapel to the public. the cardinals gather there to select a new pope. the urns that hold and burn the ballot of now being put into place. >> a lot of tradition there. a big forecast ahead for us, finally. >> desperately needed rain as you mentioned earlier. now, a look outside, everyone, you can see from emeryville clouds are gathering and they will be thicker and after the evening commute, most of us will get were needed rain. i will tell you how much in a few minutes. >> also, the late winter storm pounding the midwest and what it means to anyone trying to get on a plane today. benicia, san ramon, san mateo, and all the bay area, this abc7 news. >> a study confirms what too many drivers already know, hour commutes are very long. i
KOFY
Mar 5, 2013 11:30am PST
sanctions and ongoing united states and south korean joint military drills. >>the vatican is waiting for five more cardinals to reach rome before setting the date for the conclave to elect a new pope. the vatican spokesman says a handful of cardinals arrived last night bringing the number of voting age cardinals to 110 out of the 115 expected to take part. also, today, the vatican closed the chapel to the public. the cardinals gather there to select a new pope. the urns that hold and burn the ballot of now being put into place. >> a lot of tradition there. a big forecast ahead for us, finally. >> desperately needed rain as you mentioned earlier. now, a look outside, everyone, you can see from emeryville clouds are gathering and they will be thicker and after the evening commute, most of us will get were needed rain. i will tell you how much in a few minutes. >> also, the late winter storm pounding the midwest and what it means to anyone trying to get on a plane today.Ñáçwçñ benicia, san ramon, san mateo, and all the bay area, this abc7 news. >> a study confirms what too many dri
Comedy Central
Mar 1, 2013 6:55pm PST
departing popes, the vatican raised his vestments to the rafters. [cheers and applause] of course, this whole past week has been a bit of a whirlwind. he delivered his final sermon which included controversial remarks. >> he experienced moments of great joy and great difficulty when he felt the lord was sleeping. >> stephen: excuse me, god does not sleep. he has to stay awake all the time to catch you masturbating. all right. read your catechism. [ laughter ] so on this momentous night, i want to say thank you pope benedict for your leadership of my faivment you've done the lord's work with honor integrity. that's enough about what is his pope. let's talk about who is the next top pontiff. nobody, not even the vatican tayeor knows the -- tailor knows the answer. >> whoever is the chosen the tailors will have his garments ready. because they don't know they make three size. >> stephen: yes, they make three vestment sizes. of course, the robes they don't use are sent to the same place as losing super bowl champion t-shirtz. [cheers and applause] but there are certain favorites to be
ABC
Mar 3, 2013 9:00am PST
risk of the growing sinkhole. >>> coming up, the vatican gears up to decide the leader of the catholic church. what is next for the cardinals. and the first weekend since the sequester cuts went into effect. the impact that is ♪ [ female announcer ] at yoplait, we want you to feel even better about your favorite flavors. so when you call, tweet, and post, we listen. that's why yoplait light and yoplait original are now made with no high fructose corn syrup. and why we use only natural colors and natural flavors in yoplait original. so, anything else we can do for you, let us know. but you'll keep it to yogurt, right? 'cause we shouldn't really help with your love life. yoplait. it is so good! >> welcome back, everyone. this is a live look from our damage cam. if you were hoping those wonderful warm temperatures in the 60s and 70s would stick around, no. not true. cooler weather with scattered showers in some parts today and real rain later this week. meteorologist lisa argen will be along with the accuweather forecast in just a bit. >>> this is the first sunday -- weekend of the fede
KRON
Mar 9, 2013 11:00pm PST
to two million dollars. >> 115 cardinals from all over the world are gathering in vatican city over the weekend to prepare for next week's conclave. today workers installed the symbolic chimney on the roof of the sistine chapel. they also installed two stoves. one to burn the ballots after the cardinals vote. and the other to release either white or black smoke. white smoke indicates a new pope has been selected. while black means that the search still continues. the vatican also released the schedule for the week. but as cnn's ben wederman explains. finding a new pope may take longer than before. >> reporter: the expect this selection process to last longer. some say that it could take up to three days to a lot the next pope. >> on tuesday the 115 cardinals will move into the santa marta residence inside the vatican. they will hold a vote at 4:30. if no pope is named by then they will repeat the process daily until a new pope is elected. >> homes on the massachusetts island that have been seriously damaged by this week's storm are now being torn down. some of them started falling i
ABC
Mar 9, 2013 5:00pm PST
the vatican's preparations to ereact new pope. front runners are emerging, here's more from rome. reporter: the top of the chimney now installed on the roof of the sistine chapel. the focal point for millions of catholics around the world, who starting tuesday will be watching, waiting. for white smoke. signaling a new pope had been elected. inside the sistine chapel the finishing touches being put in player, including the two cast iron stoves where all 115 cardinals' ballots will be hurricane. the vote can taking place in absolute secrecy. >> there's locked in. no communication, no internet, no cell phones no cable tv, nothing. not even mail gets through. and the idea is to totally isolate them so they can make the decision on their open, without being influenced from the outside. reporter: with the start of the con clive three days away, the cardinals are narrowing their options, figuring out who will get their vote. while no front runner has emerged some it italians predict some possible candidates. after six days of general congress dre gage meet, cardinals heard 133 speeches
NBC
Mar 1, 2013 5:30pm PST
late june. pete williams, nbc news, at the supreme court. >>> now overseas to the vatican after that dramatic final departure day for the now former pope, complete with helicopter. the focus now turns to choosing a new pope. and there is word tonight about what happens next. nbc's anne thompson has a quick update for us from the vatican tonight. anne, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. benedict, pope emeritus, spent his first day in retirement celebrating mass and reading messages. and as promised, we didn't see him. but what we did see is what happened here last night at the vatican when the clock struck 8:00. cardinal bertone and his aides sealed the papal apartment, locking the front door and putting a red ribbon through the door handle, securing it with a glue gun. the cardinals who will elect the next pope will spend this weekend getting to know each other. their formal meetings will begin monday morning. and one of the first things on the agenda is to pick a start date for the conclave. though campaigning is frowned upon, today posters urging for the conclave
PBS
Mar 10, 2013 10:00am PDT
? >> welcome. >> welcome. i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you th u at the vatican, as the catholic cardinals chose this coming tuesday to begin the papal conclave, more groundwork was laid this week for the selection of the new pope. our managing editor, kim lawton, reports from rome. >> since monday, the cardinals have been gathering for a series of meetings --what they call "congregations" -- to discuss the future of the catholic church. >> that's where they meet and have speeches, listen to each other, do some logistical planning for the conclave. some of it's very boring. but the important part that they do there was actually talk about some of the issues that face the church and what they think is needed. >> father thomas reese is doing analysis of the papal transition for national catholic reporter. he says the cardinals' most essential work this week took place outside the meetings. >> over the coffee breaks, over dinner and lunch where the cardinals have a chance to talk to one another, get to know one another, asking them, you know, what do you think are the issues facing
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